First Time to the Market
Excellent Open Outlook
First time to the market place since it's construction in 1959, the property is a three bedroom detached family home constructed for the current owner by the extremely well regarded, local building family, R Moulding and Company. The property sits in a sizeable plot with exceptional views to the front over rolling countryside and farmland. In addition to the three bedrooms there are two reception rooms and a conservatory extension. The property is fully double glazed and centrally heated via an oil fired boiler to radiators. There is also a ground floor cloakroom and utility room. In addition to the garaging is a substantial workshop together with a further outbuilding incorporating a potting shed, log shed and general garden store. The property offers huge potential for improvement and enlargement subject, of course to obtaining the necessary consents from the local planning authority.
The Woodfords are located in the beautiful Woodford Valley, seven miles to the north of the cathedral city of Salisbury in the south of Wiltshire. The parish encompasses three small villages; Upper, Middle and Lower Woodford. The east of the parish is marked by the River Avon and to the west by an old road linking Salisbury to Devizes; Old Sarum lies directly to the south and Amesbury and the A303 are to the north . The River Avon runs beside both Upper Woodford, the largest of the three villages with St Andrews church and the Bridge Inn and Middle Woodford with All Saints Church and Woodford Primary School. Salisbury has an extensive range of shops, social amenities including the arts centre, theatre and cinema, and educational facilities including private and state schools for all ages and a mainline rail service serving London's Waterloo and the West Country.
Ground floor entrance porch with timber and glazed door leading to:
Stairs rising to first floor, understair store cupboard, radiator, fitted carpets covering an original parquet flooring.
Double aspect room with double glazed windows and superb open views to the front. Period tiled fireplace with raised hearth and open grate, storage heater, coved cornicing and fitted carpeting covering an original parquet flooring.
Double aspect room with double glazed windows and superb open views to the front, period fireplace with raised hearth housing Parkray, radiator, central heating thermostat, two wall light points and fitted carpeting covering original parquet flooring.
Galley style kitchen fitted with a range of original units comprising cupboards, drawers and work surface areas with inset single drainer, stainless steel sink unit served by mixer taps, 30 amp electric cooker point, large larder cupboard, tiled splashbacks, double glazed window, tiled flooring, radiator and timber glazed door leading to:
Double glazed construction with double glazed window and double glazed door leading to front garden. Extensive views to the front over farmland and countryside, radiator.
Open plan rear hall with double glazed door leading to rear garden and doors leading to:
Plumbing for automatic washing machine, butlers sink, free standing Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.
Suite of low flush wc and radiator.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Double glazed window, access to main roof space.
Double aspect with extensive views to the front over farmland and countryside. Fitted wardrobe cupboard, shelved airing cupboard housing hot water tank and radiator.
Double aspect with extensive views to the front over countryside and farmland, radiator.
Double glazed window, fitted wardrobe cupboard and radiator.
Suite of panelled bath with Mira shower unit, wash hand basin, low flush wc, tiled splash backs, radiator and double glazed window.
The property occupies a superb position on the outer edge of the village with extensive views to the front over open farmland and countryside. The property is approached by a gated drive with parking and access to a detached garage. Adjoining the garage is a substantial workshop/store with power and light. There is an outbuilding constructed and attached to the rear of the property which offers a further garden store, potting shed, oil storage tank. The gardens are of a generous size, to the front is an enclosed lawned garden with a number of mature specimen shrubs and flower beds. The rear garden is fully enclosed with two large vegetable plots, shrubbery, flower beds and a large greenhouse. There is also a summerhouse and outside tap.
TENURE AND SERVICES
Tenure: Freehold. Heating: Oil fired boiler to a radiator system. Services: Mains water and electricity connected; private drainage to a sceptic tank. Local Authority: Wiltshire. Council Tax: Band E - £1,784.09 for year 2012/2013.
From the cathedral city of Salisbury take the A345 (Castle Road) signposted Amesbury. Follow the road for a short distance to the traffic lights turning left onto the Stratford Road. Continue to follow this road passing though Stratford sub Castle and continuing into and through Lower Woodford. Upon entering Middle Woodford, look for the red telephone box and turn left immediately opposite, signposted Great Wishford. After a short distance the property will be found on the right hand side facing open farmland and countryside.